Title

Shantytown Vistas and Immigrant Voices: Bernardo Verbitsky, Guaraní Language and the Art of Overcoming Peronism

Document Type

Presentation

Presentation Date

5-2013

Conference Name

Indiana University Minority Languages and Cultures Program Spring Institute Conference “Rethinking Popular Culture”

Conference Location

Bloomington, IN

Abstract

This was an invited presentation at a conference of Indiana professors who specialize in research on Latin America. The conference was hosted by the Minority Languages and Literature program at Indiana University, Bloomington. I gave a version of what was then a forthcoming paper on Bernardo Verbitsky's novel Villa Miseria también es América. The entire essay can be read at the following link: http://muse.jhu.edu/login?auth=0&type=summary&url=/journals/revista_de_estudios_hispanicos/v047/47.2.buttes.html

Disciplines

Latin American Languages and Societies | Latin American Literature | Visual Studies

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